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Legislation authored by Miller B. Walker

Includes legislation with Miller B. Walker as the primary author for the 50th through 51st Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

51st Regular Session
HB 16 Caption: Relating to providing for the licensing and regulation of billiard recreation rooms; defining the term "billiard recreation room" as used in this Act; providing for the granting of permits to operate billiard recreation rooms; providing for severability of the provisions of this Act in the event some portions thereof should be declared unconstitutional; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith.
HB 125 Caption: Relating to define license and regulate the business of making loans or advancements in the amount or of the value of five hundred ($500.00) dollars or less, secured or unsecured; providing for the repeal of all acts and parts of acts, whether general, special or local, which relate to the same subject matter as this Act, so far as they are inconsistent with the provisions of this Act; providing that Act shall be void as a while if any part thereof held unconstitutional.
HB 186 Caption: Relating to requiring Life, Health and Accident Insurers to notify, within thirty days following the expiration of the grace period in insurance policies, the persons who have contracted to pay such premiums of benefits and options under such policies extending beyond the grace period; providing for the sufficiency of such notice and the maintaining of records by such insurers; providing for forfeiture of authority to do business and allowing reinstatement without evidence of insurability for failure to comply with this Act; providing for a similar notification where policies have lapsed prior to the effective date of this Act.
HB 187 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Game, Fish and Oyster Commission to enter into cooperative agreements with the United States of America or any agency thereof to establish, maintain, operate and manage public hunting and fishing areas in national forests in Texas, to purchase, lease or acquire by gift title to or control of real property and thereon establish, maintain, manage and operate public hunting and fishing grounds; providing for expenditures under this act; repealing conflicting laws; containing severability clause.
HB 217 Caption: Relating to making permanent the 128th Judicial District of Texas composed of Orange County, Texas, and to provide for the terms thereof.
HB 232 Caption: Relating to repealing a previous act, concerning a certain excise tax on radios, cosmetics and cars.
HB 330 Caption: Relating to conserve the edible aquatic life within tidal waters of the State of Texas; defining "commercial fisherman" and "commercial fishing boats"; repealing all laws in conflict herewith; providing a penalty; providing a severance and savings clause.
HB 345 Caption: Relating to amending the Penal code so as to allow the use of purse seines of any size mesh within certain waters, providing a penalty.
HB 513 Caption: Relating to prescribing the minimum and maximum salaries of the constables and their regular deputy or deputies and their chief deputy or deputies in all justice precincts of the State of Texas; repealing all laws in conflict with this Act, with certain exceptions; providing that this Act shall be severable.
HB 514 Caption: Relating to authorizing and directing County Commissioners Courts to compensate constables and their deputies for transportation or furnish adequate transportation within the State; repealing all laws in conflict with this Act; providing that this Act shall be severable.
HB 515 Caption: Relating to amending section 1 of House Bill 850, Acts of the 42nd Legislature, Regular Session, 1931, Chapter 20, page 503, (Section 1 of Article 6879a Vernon's Civil Statutes) relative to the number and the appointment of deputy constables in justice precincts in this State; repealing all laws or parts of laws in conflict with this Act.
HB 819 Caption: Relating to fix the duration in office of members of the Texas State Board of Examiners in Optometry and prescribing their duties; providing for reciprocity between states; repealing all laws in conflict.
HB 959 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, adding Orange County to the list of Counties named therein so as to permit certain Counties by an election of the freeholders thereof have a stock law in such Counties, or in subdivisions thereof.
HB 971 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, providing that Lower Neches Valley Authority shall have the power and right to acquire and own lands within said district by purchase for the purpose of operation and maintenance of same as public parks for public recreation.
HJR 20 Caption: Proposing an Amendment to Article III, of the Constitution of the State of Texas by creating a Veterans' Business and Housing Board, and establishing a Veterans' Business and Housing Fund; providing for an election, and the issuance of a Proclamation therefor.
50th Regular Session
HB 71 Caption: Relating to appropriating funds to the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station to enable said institution to enlarge the Rice Experiment Station in Jefferson County.
HB 142 Caption: Relating to reorganizing the First Judicial District of Texas to be constituted of Jasper, Newton, Sabine and San Augustine Counties and to provide for the terms thereof; and to create the 128th Judicial District of Texas to be composed of Orange County, Texas, only, and to provide for the terms thereof; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict.
HB 228 Caption: Relating to requiring Life, Health and Accident Insurers to notify, within ninety days following the expiration of the grace period in insurance policies, the persons who have contracted to pay such premiums of benefits and options under such policies extending beyond the grace period.
HB 229 Caption: Relating to providing for the licensing and regulation of "public recreation rooms"; defining terms; prescribing penalties for violations of the provisions of this Act; providing for severability of the provisions of this Act in the event that some portions thereof should be declared unconstitutional; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith
HB 230 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, providing for the compensation of jailers and/or turnkeys in all counties in the State having a population of one hundred and forty-five thousand (145,000) inhabitants and not more than three hundred thousand (300,000) inhabitants; repealing all laws in conflict herewith.
HB 289 Caption: Relating to amending certain Act relative to non-resident fisherman and non-resident commercial fishing boat.
HB 460 Caption: Relating to authorizing the State of Texas to invest certain funds in government bonds or other obligations of the United States of America, and authorizing any political subdivision of the State of Texas which heretofore has issued and sold bonds and is unable to obtain labor and materials to carry out the purpose for which the bonds were issued may invest the proceeds now on hand in government bonds or other obligations of the United States of America.
HB 563 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Game, Fish and Oyster Commission to enter into cooperative agreements with the United States of America or any agency thereof to establish, maintain, operate and manage public hunting and fishing areas in national forests in Texas; repealing conflicting laws; containing a severability clause.
HB 614 Caption: Relating to amending a previous Act, to increase the number of members of the Game, Fish and Oyster Commission to thirty-one (31) members; prescribing their eligibility and terms of office; providing the requirements for a quorum, and the time of meetings; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict.
HJR 29 Caption: Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment to provide for the issuance of two hundred million dollars in bonds of the State of Texas to finance small loans to veterans of World War II.